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As kids, we would usually like “big meats” on our plate and most times we would eat the meat first before eating our food or do the style of “eat meat, eat food” LOL. Some weeks ago we opened a cattle fattening farm that sold out...

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Though there is no universally agreed definition of the term “Agricultural value chains”, but according to World Bank “the term ‘’value chain’’ describes the full range of value-adding activities required to bring a product or service through the different phases of production, including procurement of...

Hello, Welcome to another farming year; 2018 and thank you for being a huge part of our work in 2017. We will do a lot more exciting things this year together. Kindly follow this link to read a message from our CEO for 2018. We have spent the last months in...

Hello Co-farmer, Thank you for being a huge part of our 2017, and we welcome you to an amazing 2018. In less than 7 months of operation, we have been able to work directly and indirectly with thousands of smallholder farmers in six northern communities and two...

Rice is one of the most consumed foods in Nigeria and the world at large. It is a staple food to over 70 percent of the world’s population, In Nigeria; it is considered as the food for all special occasions therefore, the demand for rice...